Creating The Quality School

Selected Readings

Edited by Edward W. Chance

This book is a collection of papers submitted for the 1993 Creating the Quality School National Conference held in Oklahoma City. The conference resulted in the collection of over one hundred papers and this book is the product of that work.

Listed below are the titles of each reading and their authors.

 

  • Using Instructional Technologies in the Preparation of Teachers for the 21st Century Bruce 0. Barker
  • Creating the Quality School for All Students by Implementing Outcome Based Education Sheila K Barnes and Hugh J. Fant
  • Creating the Quality School: Lessons Learned from Youth Opportunities Unlimited Randall V. Bass and Jo Ann F. Bass
  • Children in Poverty: Providing and Promoting a Quality Education Beverly M. Boals, Carolyn L. Tyree, and Rodney Barker
  • Moving Beyond Competence: The Superintendent's Role in Creating a Quality School Mike Boone
  • The John Dewey Academy: A Residential, Quality School for Self-Destructive Adolescents Who Have Superior Intellectual and Intuitive Potential Barbara L Bratter, Thomas E. Bratter, Carol Maxym, Henry T. Radda, and Kenneth M. Steiner
  • Why Rural Education Needs a Professional Ethic Robert N. Carson and Donald V. Cairns
  • The Impact of Oklahoma House Bill 1017 on Rural Education: A Study of Selected Schools Edward W. Chance and Pam Deering
  • Quality Without Standards? Voluntary? John L. Cochran
  • Project Sweet Dreams: Dreaming Your Way to Greater Student Success with Classroom Nap Each Day! Michael Cunningham, Les Farmer, and Kip Sullivan
  • Minority and Traditional Elementary Students: A Comparison Study Thomas W Cypher
  • Planning, Processing, and Action L4eads to Quality Schools Larry L. Dlugosh
  • Creating Quality Schools Through Shared Decision Making Kathryn S. Dunlap
  • Quality Through Investment: A Case Study of School-Based Decision-Making James E. Henderson
  • Leadership for a Time of Change William Hetnck
  • Building the Self-Discipline/Self-Esteem Connection for At-Risk Students. Marilyn T. Hill-Stepney
  • Teaching At-Risk Students in a Quality School V. Pauline Hodges
  • Comprehensive School Health Programs: Striving for Excellence in an Environment of Competitive Budgeting Craig W. Hofford and Jean Cate
  • Educational Equity and Excellence V. W. Ikpa
  • Information Technology: Minimum Competencies for Modern Principals Geofftey B. Isherwood
  • Collaborating Personnel: A Resource Model for Mainstreaming Mildly Emotionally Disturbed Elementary School Students Susie Jans-Thomas
  • Systematic Change for Quality Schools: New Perspectives on the Role of Evaluation and Learning in Change Pattick M. Jenlink
  • Principals' Perceptions of Factors Affecting Student Achievement Richard Kells
  • Reach and Challenge: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Program for At-Risk Youth Sherryll Kraizer, Susan S. Witte George E. Fryer, and Thomas Miyoshi
  • Systematic Change for Inclusive Learning: A Quality Approach Robert J. Krajewski
  • The Preservice Teacher Education Program as Described in Journals Marlene R. Lerner
  • Toward Quality Field Experiences: The Role of Clinical Faculty Suzanne Losee
  • Activities and Academic Achievement The Demonstrable Link Kevin J. McCarthy
  • Forming Consortia: A Promising Approach to Restructuring in the Small School Robin R. McGrew-Zoubi
  • Transportation Task Force Randy McLerran
  • The Montana Rural Drug Free Schools Program Claudette Morton
  • Competition and Quality-. A Rural Study Roy R. Nasstrom
  • Staff Development and Total Quality Management Gerald L. Norris and Joye H. Norris
  • The Focus on Quality Management Bill Osborne
  • Understanding Change in a Time of Change Bill Osborne
  • Incorporating Quality School Instructional Concepts into University Coursework Robert E. Rapp
  • The Regulation of Corporal Punishment: Examining the Legal Context in Order to Clarify the Options for the Small or Rural School Charles H. Rathbone and Ronald T. Hyman
  • School Deregulation: A Second Look at South Carolina Michael D. Richardson, Kenneth E. Lane, Jackson L. Flanigan, and Marilyn S. Ramsey
  • Can Quality Be Achieved in Schools Without Addressing Cultural Diversity Issues? James R. Romero
  • Teacher Job Satisfaction in Rural Schools: Implications for Quality Assessment Connie Ruhl-Smith and James M. Smith
  • Kentucky Writing and Math Portfolios Kim Saylor and June Overton
  • Can Deming's Concept of Total Quality Management Be Applied to Education? Charles Sevick
  • Enhancing Teacher Effectiveness, Empowerment, and the Restructuring Process Via an Organizational Decision-Making Process Arthur S. Shapiro, William F. Benjamin, John J. Hunt and Sue Shapiro
  • A Preparation Program for Quality Teachers Edward A. Sullivan
  • The Perfect School: What They Want, and How to Give It to Them Michael E. Tomlin
  • Humor's Role in Creating the Quality School Shirley Trout
  • Policy as a Stimulant to Curricular Growth in Rural Education Curtis Van Alfen
  • What is Meant by the Term, "Thoughtfulness in Schools? Clark Webb
  • A Comparative Analysis of Women Superintendents Linda Hampton Wesson and Marilyn L. Grady
  • Design for Educating High Challenge Students Joe Work and John Steffens
  • TQM and the Management of Higher Education Mingsheng Yang
  • Self-Efficacy, Motivation to Learn, and Attitude Towards School: A Comparative Analysis of Rural Students in Multiage and Single Age Settings Susan Zernial